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From the BBC to OMG: How to tell a story and create quality, video content...
Wed 16 November 2016, 13:00 – 14:00 GMT
Social networks are where we’re accessing the majority of our daily news, sport, entertainment and advertising. Smart phones mean we’re all potential content producers, so if you’re trying to tell a story for a client or your own organisation, how do you increase views, shares and reach?
Join former BBC TV reporter Laura Pride for an interactive and practical seminar, on how to create quality, video content that tells a story in 20 seconds (Twitter), or longer depending on the target audience. With traditional boundaries between marketing, PR and news dissolved, find out why you don’t need to spend tens of thousand of pounds on campaign videos that no-one watches. Have your smart phone ready!
Until 2013 Laura Pride was running around the UK as a BBC TV reporter telling news stories in under two minutes. Now with her own digital content agency OMGrenegade, Laura and her team cover live events, capturing and posting video content in near real-time to social channels.
Delivering rich media across multi-channels (including live and broadcast media) Laura has a unique insight into making video work for a client or brand, whatever their size or budget.